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INDIGOBABY is proud to carry Next9's infamous Cloth Diapers!!! leakproof cloth diapers that grow with your baby! They're easy to care for and made with fleece. And do you know that you can save more with cloth diapers? Why Cloth Diapers? It's economical. Cloth diapers can be used over and over again. Why? If you change disposable diapers 12 times a day and keep doing that for a year, this is what it will cost you: * Drypers: PhP7/pc = PhP30,576/year * EQ Dry: PhP6/pc = PhP26,208/year * Huggies PhP9/pc = PhP39,312/year * Kimbies: Dry PhP6/pc = PhP26,208/year * Pampers Comfort: PhP7/pc = PhP30,576/year * Pampers Baby Dry: PhP8.25/pc = PhP36,036/year * ProKids: PhP6/pc = PhP26,208/year It's healthier for your baby. According to the Journal of Pediatrics, 54% of one-month old babies using disposable diapers had rashes. Plus cloth diapers don't contain toxic chemicals like: * SODIUM POLYACRYLATE. This is the chemical, added in powder form to the inner pad of a disposable, that makes it super-absorbent. * DIOXIN. This is the chemical by-product of the paper-bleaching process, using chlorine gas, in the manufacturing of diapers. * TRIBUTYL TIN. An environmental pollutant, considered highly toxic, that spreads through the skin and has a hormone-like effect in the smallest concentrations. It's better for the environment. Disposable diapers promote aggressive consumption of both renewable and non-renewable resources and overburden landfills. Do you know that it takes 550 years for disposable diapers to decompose? FAQs on Cloth Diapers How many do I need to diaper my baby full time? For Newborns you'll need about 10 - 12 diaper changes per 24 hr period. The amount of diapers depends on how often you want to wash. For older babies (about 5 months plus or when their BM slows down) 6 - 8 diaper changes per 24 hrs period is usually a good amount - 15 to 20 diapers will usually do. For toddlers, it?ll probably be around 5 or 6 diapers per day. Won't my baby get diaper rash? Actually, it's been proven time and again that cloth diapered babies have a significantly less incidence of diaper rash. The gel-like chemicals (Sodium Polyacrylate) in disposable diapers absorb the wetness so the parent can't really tell when the child is wet and soiled. So the child wears the soiled diapers for a longer period of time. Plus, some babies are allergic to Sodium Polyacrylate in the disposables. All these factors are the reasons by babies are MORE likely to get diaper rash in disposables rather than the cotton cloth diapers. How often should I change my baby's diaper if I am using cloth diapers? In general, a cloth diapered baby is changed more often then a baby in disposables. That does NOT mean a cloth diapered baby "goes" more often, it simply means people tend to respond more quickly/frequently to a wet cloth diaper than to a wet disposable. As a general rule, you should change your baby when they are wet, or about every 2 hours. All this does not apply when your child has a poopy diaper - those need to be changed IMMEDIATELY! Are cloth diapers as absorbent as disposables? Disposable diapers can absorb more urine than cloth diapers. This is because they contain chemicals inside the layers of paper which turn urine into a gel. They get heavier when full, rather than overflow and leak. This leaves parents unaware that their child is sitting in a urine filled, chemical laden diaper far longer than is healthy or hygienic. Cloth diapers can absorb the normal amount of urine that a baby can produce at one, possibly two times. Absorbency can be added for use during extended wear or for heavy wetters. It is heathiest for your baby to change them once they are wet or soiled. This makes any extra absorbency features of disposables an unhealthy disadvantage. P1000 for a pack of 3 Cloth Diapers (assorted colors is ok!)- they grow with your baby!!



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